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TOMORROW AND SATURDAY
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, JALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 5. 1919.
John Barry more
"The Test of Honor"
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew
"Harold, Last of the Saxons"
JOHN J&ASErMOJS W"4 QmmcuntgKwKt
Coos County Recalls
Watson And Philip
the reiyiU election Tuesday in thu coun
ty. The 2-to I vote against County Judge
Janioa Watson and -the 3 to 1 against
... Z - m Commissioner Archie Philip surprised
Marshf.cld. Or., Juno 5.-C. B. Wade, of ,hc
justice oi ine peace, a aomocrai, oe
eomcs eounty judgo and Henry G. Kern,
banker, foundryman and mayor of
North Bend, eounty commissioner, l a
and the defeat is attributed here to a
campaign waged by the Agitutor, a free
lance paper, that had been after the
result of an overwhelming landsilo in county court for several years; the
1 I Evening Record of Marshfield and the
: PURIFIES BLOOD
Ton can't expert weak kid; a tj
Biter the acids and poisons out of yon
system unless they are eiven a little hell
Don't allow them to become disease;
when a little attention now will prt)
tent it Don't try to cheat nature. i
As soon as you commence to hsv
backaches, feel nervous and tired, GET!
KUHX. These are usually warnings,
that jour kidneys are not working
properly. , ' ,
Do not delay a minute. Go after thi
cause of your ailments or you may finj -yourself
in the grip of an incurable did
. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil earn
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from kidney troubles. GOLD MELM
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the work. They are the pur. original
Haarlem Oil Capsules imported direct
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kind. Ask your druggist for GOLD
MEDAL and accept no substitute,
look for the name GOLD MEDAL of
Tery box. Three sites, sealed packages
Money refunded if they do not p;:ckli
I OOR Bnv Times, also of Marshfield.
The main charge against the eounty
officials was cxtravaganco ana wuste
of countv funds and the good roads mon
ey, and in the case of Philip, of assum
ing regular salaried employment for the
0. M. Plummer, oue of th public
spirited men of Portland was in the
eity looking for the right man to take
chargo of the raising of 00 in Ma
rion county for the Pacific Intcrnation
al Live Stock exposition. This amount
is the qilota given th. county. The
legislature appropriated money to help
along the exposition provided those in
terested raised enough to put up the
building. When completed the exposi
tion building will be one of the largest
in the west under one roof.
Plana for the big Fourth of July
celebration in Salem arc gradually tak
ing definite shape It was made known
today that a ipromium would be offer
ed for the "best community float that
takes part in the parade. Salem will
be excluded from the contest.
Ruth Garrison Called By
Both State And Defense
la Douglas Storrs Trial
Okanogan, Wash., June 3. The trial
of Douglas Storrs, who is charged with
unlawful relations with Ruth Garri
son, the 18 year old girl who poisoned
Mrs. Btorrs in Seattle Hareh 18, began
in the superior court hero this room
ing. ihe little town was filled with curi
ous spectators, who have congregated
from miles around to get glimpse of
the girl who staged a death feast and
the man for love of whom she took, the
life of Mrs. Storrs.
Ruth Garrison was brought here yes
terday from Walla Walla prison insane
ward. 8he has been summoned to testi
fy for both defense and state
Burglari Saturday night at Ban From,
cisco coolly carried away from the Wax
man bakery in McAlister street 4000
and the heavy safo which was supposed
to hold it securely against fire end
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The Alcazar Range is
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Thousands of them
are used and are giv
ing the best of satis
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change. Let us show you
the Alcazar if you
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a new range.
Phez Company Takes Action
Against J. E. Cunsley To
With a present market price of
cents a pound, growers of loganberries
are facing a rather peculiar situation.
And this is especiully truo of those who
have contracted for three cents a pound.
And with the present price of labor
and the extra figure that will have to
be paid for picking, the grower with
a three conta a pound contract ou hand'
ia facing a serious situC.ion, according
to the views recently er pressed by men
familiar with the loganberry interests.
Several efforts have been made in
the way of a compromise whereby th.
grower with a three-cent contract on
hand may be ableto at least be paid
enough to break even, while ho is look
ing an eight cents a pound offer in the
v Company Suei Gunsley,
Tho rheasiuit Friut Juice company
filed a suit today against J. . Gunsley,
who owns a loganberry tract In Holly
wood addition to Halem for failure to
deliver his 1918 loganberries r.t con
tracted. The complaint alleys ' that the de
fendant contracted the 1918, 1917, 1918,
1919 and 1920 crop fur three cents a
pound from a three acre tra. t of logan
berries, estimated at 12,01)0 pounds an
nually, and thtt the 191 crop was not
Tho contract reads that Mi. Guiisley
shall deliver the berries to the warhous.
nf the l'hir, company, the buyer to be
the solo Judge as to marketable conai-
tion. It is specified in tho contract thnt
0 per cent of tho purchase price is to
be paid on delivery of tho berries, 25
per cent on the following October 1 ana
the 'balance ou tho first of January
Upon failure of tho grower to fulfill
his part of the contract, it is stipulated
as follows: "That tho buyer may re
cover of the seller damages for such
breach, and its hereby stipuated und
agreed that the sum of lVj cents a
pound shell be held to be and fixed as
liquidated damages." It is also agreed
that in case of suit for recovery of dam
ages, there shall be a reasonable attor
ney fco. '
Complaint Is Answered.
Answering the complaint, Mr. Ouns
ley admits the contract signed July II,
1916, contracting his berries for five
years at three cents a pound. Also that
he performed all the conditions of the
1918 and 1917 contract but that the
i'hcasnnt i'ruit company broke the con
tract in not paying him On January I,
1918, for the balanco due on his 191
Also thnt be had mado repeated de
mands on the eomiiy for the baluut.
due him but that the company would
not pay. Then he gave the company no
tice, bo alleges, that he would be no
longer bound by the eontract.
In the suit filed today, the Pheasant
Fruit Juice company asked for d.nuigca
of $180 from Mr. Gunsley with 50 at
torney's fees for failure to deliver 1-,-000
pounds of logans in 1918. The fig
ure is based on damages of 1 V4 e'
pound, at provided for in the contract.
It was but a short time ago mat tne
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There is just one way to save on
clothes; buy good ones, like the
ones that Bishop's sell. Our boys
suits are made from Virgin Wool
direct from the sheep to your suit.
Boys tell your mother that the
stocks of clothing on hand ready
for the trade has been completely
repleted, and that the manufactur
ers have and are considering pro
rationing 'their output amongst
the many retailers. With the com
ing into our markets of the many
thousand foreign buyers, has and
will for many months, cause a
great scarcity of merchandise.
We have a good variety of suits
in stock now for the boys from 6
years up, and priced moderately.
They are very-classy clothes "for
the men of tomorrow." They are
made by the best of tailors and are
finished well throughout.
Why even consider the cheap
er clothes when you know that
they will not give satisfaction, six
months from now! .We're trying
to give you more than that. You
want satisfaction Six Months from
now or even a Year. That's why
we offer you Bishop's Boys' and
Young Men's Suits and at the
They're guaranteed or your
money back, if they aren't satisfactory.
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Every Family in Marion and Polk Counties a Patron.
riivusant Fruit Juice company brought
suit against Elniina Gunsley for fnlliiro
to deliver 6000 pounds of legana in 1918,
some sort of a compromise between the
romimnies who hold logiinbcrric.i con
tracted at three ientsa pound and the
r)- lt..;m U nnmtm mi lon.t tvm
contract similar to the one signed i . . ,,. ,:. tn .... HBim
. ' i HID IV as
by Mr. Gunslev, tae suit was brought war,,houses. The standing offer now
fur tho maximum amount, l!i cents a 'being made on a cash basis is tvlit
pound as provided. Tho suit was for Jooritu a pound. The reason will open up
0 and rcasonablo attorney's fees. The in about four weeks.
circuit court fixed -"0 as a reasonable
attorney's fee to bring a suit for 9U.
Klmina Ounsley mado no defence per
mitting judgment by default.
To Prevent Bekblng
Make a regular habit of eating slow
lyt nmitiCnte your food thoroughly, and
vo'u mnv have no further troirbU, If
Scvernl conferences have recently you should, tako one of Chamberlain s
been held between the growers and ; Tivblcta immediately after supper,
those who hold long time three cents a
pound contmcts. There is a feelipg that
for the good of tho loganberry inter-
An aerial fire patrol of the El Dornilo
and Tnlioe national forests in California
LIBERTY BONDS QUOTATIONS
cats of the community, there should be was started Monday.
New York, Juno (J. liberty bonds
quotations: 3 Mi's, 99.44, up .04; first
4's, 93.34, up. 14; second 4's, 94,32, off
.08; first 4's, D5.84, up .10; second
44 's, 94.70, off .10; third 4'4'. W4,
up .(Ml; fourth 4 Vs. 94.94, lip .02; Vic
tnrv 4 Vs. 99.98; 3Vs, 100, up .10.
Victory loan, tax exempt, sold at new
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
. mars Um ptrfcct
I sppearaocc of her com'
and temporary skin
trouble are effectively
'concealed. Reduces Un
nitural color and corrects
0-'M hunt wtrh beneficial mulls as
m a -!r a i a
is carried on
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we have the Men
and the Machines .
TO KEEP YOUR TRUCK on the JOB
i m si a a. a inaa
1 We watch your truck and sec
that the tire equipment is properly
protecting the truck.
2 -We give you the right kind of
service in applying new tires.
3 We see that the tires are standing
up to the work after application.
We have a tire press and other ma
chines to give you this service. We
have a complete stock of Firestone
Truck Tires in all sizes and styles.
Here you find tires and service that
keep trucks working and reduce
delays. Make use of our aids to ;
economical trucking. . !tafc.1
IRA JORGENSEN, 150 South High St.